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Posted March 23, 2012 in California Educator

Targeted teacher fights back

Michael Guardino uses one word to describe his school’s online cyberbully, and that’s “coward.”

The student opened up a Facebook account and posed as Guardino. He then “friended” other students...

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Posted March 23, 2012 in California Educator

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Cyberbullying of teachers

When Calisa Holm's administrator entered her classroom at the end of the school day, the math teacher at Pacific Union Elementary School sensed something bad had happened. She soon learned unflattering...

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Posted March 20, 2012 in California Educator

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Online bullying

Social media and technology have radically changed bullying. Cyberspace is the new "bathroom wall" where cruel and untrue words are posted for the world to see. While cyberbullying among students...

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Posted February 29, 2012 in California Educator

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Surf's up!

Depending on who you talk to about the subject, responses to the idea of online learning can vary widely. Some see it as the inevitable change schools will go through to remain current with society’s...

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Posted February 29, 2012 in California Educator

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When teaching is a virtual challenge

Andrew Wong had no formal training in online teaching, but that didn’t stop him from teaching online anthropology courses at CSU East Bay and creating his own curriculum from scratch. Wong embraced...

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Posted February 29, 2012 in California Educator

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'I am not a robot'

An online teacher speaks out.

When the Chino Champion published the editorial “Don’t teachers count anymore?” — a newspaper piece critical of online learning, which referred...

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Posted February 29, 2012 in California Educator

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Virtual schools still need real teachers and structure

The noon bell rings at Cyber High School in Lodi, but all is eerily quiet on campus. There is no laughter or yelling in the courtyard; the tables and chairs stand empty, as if perpetually waiting for...

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Posted February 29, 2012 in California Educator

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Student perspectives on online courses

Lily Varela, sophomore, Hoover High School, Fresno
It’s good because you can go at your own pace. You can go slower or go faster if you want to. And your friends aren’t...

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Posted September 09, 2011 in California Educator

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Back to school tips

Dan Arretche
Science Teacher
ON RELATIONSHIPS:  To have a successful learning environment, there has to be a strong relationship between teacher and...

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Posted May 13, 2011 in California Educator

Action continues online

Alice Mercer, a computer lab teacher at Oak Ridge Elementary in Sacramento, certainly earns the “Social Media Rock Star” award for her dedication to keeping the Twitter hashtag #StateofEmergency...

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